The NFL week 9 matchup between the Houston Texans and the Philadelphia Eagles will be the latest game brought to your screen via an 11-year partnership in which
The $1.2 billion-per-year contract kicked off in September, and will continue on Nov. 3, with the Texans looking to upset the heavily favored Eagles.
Both the NFL and Amazon heavily promoted the new deal after confusion over how to stream the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals back in 2020.
The NFL is finally launching its own streaming service with live games. Here’s how it works.
How to stream Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime
The Thursday night game will be available to stream via the Prime Video app on phones, tablets and televisions, as well as being available at
All 15 Thursday Night Football games will be played live on Prime Video and will be included with your Prime membership.
How to sign up to Amazon Prime, and is there a free trial?
Good news for NFL fans new to the service, new customers can sign up for a free 30-day trial which means if you sign up on the day of the first game (Thursday, 15 September), you will be able to view five games absolutely free.
After that trial period a Prime membership costs $14.99 per month plus tax. Amazon also offers Prime Video a standalone streaming service without shopping features for $8.99.
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